The first week of January is the latest I can recall for the first real snow of the season high on the low spot. There was one light dusting and a couple of rimes, but no real snow until last night.
It was ending as I woke up and the sun started to peak through by mid-morning.
There was between four and five inches. I did not measure. It is a guesstimate. The outline of Creation was visible.
Flurries continued as the sky cleared. That could have just been snow blowing from the trees. It was a fine powder snow that fell between eighteen and twelve degrees. It is currently eight and falling. It is quite possible we may hit zero tonight.
Button was most happy I used my shovel. Otherwise he was chest high in his attempts to figure out what happened out there.
Would you believe next Friday is showing a high of sixty two? I'm not ready for that.